KERi™ Complete Nursing Skills Manikin
The KERi™ Nursing Skills Manikin has all the features listed below without being age-specific. Life/form® molding and modeling techniques have given KERi™ an unusually realistic appearance as a woman, or as a man when the wig is removed. Unique visual features reinforce the importance of inspecting patients and noting changes in their appearance. All joints provide maximum lifelike range of motion not found in any other manikin. Life/form® simulations have been included in KERi™ to allow the practice of more than 35 patient care procedures. The perfect manikin for all OBRA required training. Full one-year warranty. Visual Inspection Features include: Decubitus Sacral Ulcer, Stage 1; Dilated Pupil Comparison; Cancerous Mole Comparison; and Reddened Skin Folds. Complete Range of Motion include: TRUNK - Rotation, Hyperextension; NECK - Rotation, Hyperextension, Lateral Flexion; SHOULDER - Abduction, Adduction, Rotation, Hyperextension; HIP - Abduction, Adduction, Rotation, Hyperextension; ELBOW - Extension, Flexion, Pronation, Supination; KNEE - Extension, Flexion; WRIST - Flexion, Hyperextension, Radial Flexion, Ulnar Flexion; ANKLE - Eversion, Inversion, Dorsiflexion, Plantarflexion; FINGERS - Abduction, Adduction, Flexion (soft, lifelike material); and TOES - Abduction, Adduction, Flexion (soft, lifelike material). Life/form® Patient Care Simulations includes: Urinary Catheterization - Female and Male (Uncircumcised); Enema Administration - Female; Prostate Exam, Stage B - Male; Pap Smears and Douching; Ostomy Care - Ileostomy and Colostomy Lavage and Suctioning; Placement of Nasogastric Tubes; Oral and Nasal Lavage, Gavage, and Suctioning; Tracheostomy Care - Lavage and Suctioning; Intramuscular Injection Sites - Arms, Thigh, Buttock; Optional IV Arm Attachment; Optional Blood Pressure Arm Attachment; Denture Removal, Upper and Lower; Oral Hygiene; Eye Irrigation; Ear Irrigation; Bed Baths; Finger & Toe Bandaging - Flexible and Individually Molded; Hair Care - Washing, Combing; Bandaging and Wound Dressing; Clothing Changes; Patient Positioning; Patient Transfer Techniques; and Hearing Aid Removal and Placement Techniques.